"Another Town, Another Train" as written by Bjoern K Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson....
Day is dawning and I must go
You're asleep, but still I'm sure you'll know
Why it had to end this way
You and I had a groovy time
But I told you, somewhere down the line
You would have to find me gone
I just have to move along

Just another town, another train
Waiting in the morning rain
Lord, just give my restless soul a little patience
Just another town, another train
Nothing lost and nothing gained
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations

When you wake, I know you'll cry
And the words I wrote to say goodbye
They won't comfort you at all
But in time you will understand
That the dreams we dreamt were made of sand
For a no good bum like me
To live is to be free

Agnetha, Frida, Bjarn, just another town, another train
Waiting in the morning rain
Lord, just give my restless soul a little patience
Just another town, another train
Nothing lost and nothing gained
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations

Just another town, another train
Waiting in the morning rain
Lord, just give my restless soul a little patience
Just another town, another train
Nothing lost and nothing gained
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations
Guess I will spend my life in railway stations


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Another Town, Another Train" as written by Bjoern K. Ulvaeus Benny Goran Bror Andersson

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    General CommentThis song is about a guy leaving a woman cos he doesnt want to be tied down and wants to be free but she loves him, so he takes the easy way out by leaving before she wakes up.
    bigdave69on December 20, 2004   Link

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